“Stizung” is a term that has recently appeared during the Yugoslav economic crisis. It represents buying hard currency cash with dinars from a bank account. Since administrative obstacles make it difficult to do as one pleases with money from a bank account, its exchange rate differs from the official and black market (cash for cash) […]

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